Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, New York University

Megan Coffee, MD, PhD (DPhil) is a faculty member at the Grossman School of Medicine at New York University. She is an attending physician in infectious diseases at Bellevue Hospital in NYC and also teaches on communicable diseases in humanitarian crises at Columbia University. She is an advisor on communicable diseases at the International Rescue Committee, where she worked on Ebola and other diseases. She is the founder and director of Ti Kay, Inc, supporting healthcare providers and telemedicine options for TB and HIV patients in Haiti after running an HIV/TB ward at the main public hospital in Port-Au-Prince Haiti. She completed her undergraduate and medical school education at Harvard University and her doctorate at Oxford University, where she worked on mathematical models of infectious diseases. She completed her residency in internal medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital and her fellowship in infectious diseases at University of California at San Francisco, with research at UC Berkeley.

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    Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, New York University